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Rosenberger v. Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia

The United States Supreme Court says university cannot discriminate against Christian student newspaper (5/29/2020)

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Student Activity Fees: How to know your rights are being violated

Most universities charge students a student activity fee. Typically, the fee pays for non-instructional student services (e.g., student union facilities, recreational sports, bus services, etc.). But a portion of the fee often funds student organization activities as well. (4/19/2020)

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Student Fee Flop

Free speech violations manifest themselves in many forms on America’s campuses. Perhaps one of the most frequent—and misunderstood violations—concerns the distribution of student activity fees. (4/19/2020)

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Why Old Supreme Court Cases Never Die

As the highest court in America, all lower courts are bound by the decisions of the Supreme Court. (4/20/2020)

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EMU Tells Pro-Life Students Their Speech Is Too Biased

I can hardly believe it, but it has been nearly 20 years since the Supreme Court handed down the landmark decision in Rosenberger v. Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia and said that public universities who allocate mandatory student fees to student groups must do so on a viewpoint neutral basis. (4/19/2020)